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2020 F-150 XLT sport Price check

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Nov 30, 2020
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2020 F-150 XLT sport Price check

Hello,

I have been quoted the out the door price of $58465.44 for a 2020 Ford f-150 Sport Supercrew 302a with bedliner and mudflaps.

It is a demo with 6k+ kms on it.

Am I getting fleeced or is this a sensible price?
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Where are you located? That will be useful info for RFD members to help you out.
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domod2 wrote: Hello,

I have been quoted the out the door price of $58465.44 for a 2020 Ford f-150 Sport Supercrew 302a with bedliner and mudflaps.

It is a demo with 6k+ kms on it.

Am I getting fleeced or is this a sensible price?
Did you miss the '21 Lariat for $95 a week thread?
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6,000+ km is not demo. It’s used. Don’t forget the factory warranty would have started many months ago.
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booblehead wrote: 6,000+ km is not demo. It’s used. Don’t forget the factory warranty would have started many months ago.
I was not aware of that. Good to know
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I would end up putting a lot of kms on the truck for a lease.
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If you are putting big mileage on it, it may be better to just buy an used one, like 2 yrs old as depreciation would have been absorbed largely by first owner.

If you still want to lease it, then inform dealer of your required mileage for each year and how much penalty for mileage overages at end of lease term
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booblehead wrote: If you are putting big mileage on it, it may be better to just buy an used one, like 2 yrs old as depreciation would have been absorbed largely by first owner.

If you still want to lease it, then inform dealer of your required mileage for each year and how much penalty for mileage overages at end of lease term
Yes I have thought about that as an option. Seems like most of the used ones around have a bunch of kms on it.

I'm a patient man so I can wait until I am getting a good deal.
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Seems exceptionally expensive. What's the MSRP for it? I'm guessing not much different.

It's an ex demo version of an old generation truck. It is a Covid year though so...
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Andy34 wrote: Seems exceptionally expensive. What's the MSRP for it? I'm guessing not much different.

It's an ex demo version of an old generation truck. It is a Covid year though so...
Msrp is 56k. They said 11 off which makes it 45k and then with taxes fees and financing it ends up asap that large price over the 6 years.

I'm going to take everyone's advice and pass on this offer for sure.

It seems like they are doing the old Amazon trick of jacking the price back up and then saying it is a big sale.
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I’d be expecting at least $11k of a new 2020, let alone a used one.

I’ve seen a bunch of 21s with between $4 and $8k off here in Alberta for reference. Different province obviously, but worth seeing if dealers where you are are offering the same. If not, may be worth seeing if one in Alberta will ship one to you.
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domod2 wrote: Hello,

I have been quoted the out the door price of $58465.44 for a 2020 Ford f-150 Sport Supercrew 302a with bedliner and mudflaps.

It is a demo with 6k+ kms on it.

Am I getting fleeced or is this a sensible price?
ford-ca-2021-ford-f-150-lariat-502a-95- ... e-2434550/

You can get $12-13K off a 2021 that's brand new. Don't buy an old 2020 demo.
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Nothing wrong with an "old" 2020 demo... if the price is right.
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JustMike wrote: Nothing wrong with an "old" 2020 demo... if the price is right.
Agreed, but the price isn't right, at least not in Ontario. I have no idea what the market is like in other provinces.

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